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The Night Fire by Michael Connelly
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it was amazing

Connelly opens his latest novel with Harry Bosch walking across the soft cemetery grounds, his cane—aiding him during his recovery from a recent knee operation following the events of last year’s Dark Sacred Night—sinking into the grass as he approached the final resting spot of John Jack Thompson.

Back in the day, as a young detective, Bosch was trained by John Jack, who specialized in bringing young investigators along and showing them the ropes. Now, after a long and distinguished career with the LAPD, John Jack is dead—but he left one final case for his former protégé to crack.

Back at Thompson’s house following the funeral, John Jack’s widow instructs Harry to have a look around his office. There, he finds a . . .

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September 10, 2019 – Shelved

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